- Reproductive health and gender development
- Capacity building & Stakeholder engagement
- Health project management
- Spatial and policy analysis
Tanmay Bagade is a PhD scholar (Gender and Health) at University of Newcastle, Australia. He is an Obstetrician and has worked in different health systems & health sectors in India, Somalia and Papua New Guinea. His previous job was with World Health Organization and University of Technology, Sydney in Maternal and Child health Initiative (MCHI) project at Papua New Guinea. He has also been successful in forming multi-stakeholder collaboration to streamline services for gender based violence (GBV) survivors in Kokopo, Papua New Guinea. Tanmay’s current research analyses the global trends of how gender development influences reproductive health outcomes.